Just because you are busy, it does not mean that you are productive with your time. One way to keep yourself in check is to write down a goal and put in the sole effort of completing it. The second way is to set an exact deadline to help you discipline your time management and because it is easier to see the progress that you’ve made. The last way that is given is to focus on one task instead of multitasking. When you multitask you take away from the energy and passion that you have for the tasks.
- Don’t wait to feel like doing it before you start. Once you know what you want to do, count 1 to 5 and then just start.
- Be accountable to how you spend your time. Create a log of how much time you spend on every activity you work on eliminating the time wasters. Social media is obviously one of them.
- Concentration is the key to economic results. No other principle of effectiveness is violated as constantly as the basic principle of concentration
“So, one way to become productive and get it done is to simply start.”